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So nähern Sie sich dem Büdnerhaus: Fachwerk, Holz und Reet

Enjoy a stay in a his­to­ri­cal set­ting. When we purcha­sed the plot in 2012 a tra­di­tio­nal ‘Büd­ner­haus’ farm­house dating back to around 1790 was still stan­ding on it. Our dream, ori­gi­nally, was to res­tore the buil­ding that had been unoc­cu­p­ied for a long time to its for­mer glory. Unfor­t­u­n­a­tely, the house was too far gone to be saved. But we didn’t want to give up our dream and so we built our own ‘Büd­ner­haus’ exactly where the old farm­house had stood, com­plete with tim­ber framing, a that­ched roof and an entrance hall simi­lar to the cha­rac­te­ris­tic ori­gi­nal hall­way that went all the way through the house and was so wide that a horse and cart could pass through. For the hall­way we selec­ted hand­made ter­ra­cotta floor tiles and out­ward-opening sash win­dows. The entrance doors to the two apart­ments are typi­cal of the Darss region and were craf­ted using tra­di­tio­nal tech­ni­ques by mas­ter cabi­net maker René Roloff from the nearby vil­lage of Pre­row. We even mana­ged to acquire several pie­ces of fur­ni­ture dating from the period of the ori­gi­nal house.

Whilst making every effort to retain the cha­rac­te­ris­tic design of the for­mer hall house, we nonethe­l­ess pla­ced great import­ance on inclu­ding every con­ceiva­ble com­fort for our guests – spa­cious walk-in show­ers, high-qua­lity beds and sofas, sty­lish, top-of-the-range kit­chens, large fire­pla­ces, und­er­floor hea­ting, attrac­tive gar­den fur­ni­ture …

Both apart­ments are meti­cu­lously appoin­ted. The kit­chens con­tain ever­y­thing you require to pre­pare your own meals. Upon your arri­val the beds are freshly made and soft, white towels await you in the bathrooms. For an addi­tio­nal charge you can, of course, at any time request a change of towels or bathro­bes or for the house to be clea­ned during your stay.


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